Beerlicious- A Fun New Cook Book

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There are very few things that go as well together as grilling, summer, and beer. There is a great new cook book by the grill master Ted Reader called Beerlicious Volume 1. This fun book teachers readers not only how to grill like one of the best, but how to grill with beer as one of the ingredients. Yay, this was a hit with daddy! Sometimes as a marinade, sauce, or even an ingredient in a grilled cake.

Double chocolate stout German chocolate cake is one of the most interesting dessert recipes. I have to be honest in my house we love the grill and nothing beats a nice barbecue on a warm summer night. But we have never had cake on the grill and this book opens up some new doors for us. There is extensive explanation of grilling with planks, for both fish and cake recipes. Planks are flavorful pieces of wood nailed together and put on the grill which act as not only a container for cooking foods in but also a way to add a new flavor to your food. The beers included in the recipes range from the well known with Budweiser BBQ Spatcocked Chickens, and Buttermilk and Beck’ s NA Marinated Grilled Veal Chops to the micro brews Wellington County Dark Ale Coffee-Crusted Porterhouse with Roquefort Butter and Big Wheel Buttered Smoked Brisket. This book makes the perfect gift for both the beer lover and the griller in your life.


  1. Sounds interesting. I might need this one in my kitchen!

  2. Just told my hubby about this and he says that we need this cookbook!

  3. I don’t care for straight beer but have made beer bread that was really tasty! Thanks for the cookbook info…looks good!

  4. Just looking at the cover is making me hungry. This is my kind of cookbook!

  5. Sounds yummy! I can just imagine what all my former neighbors back in Utah would have thought of me (a mormon) walking out of the grocery store with a six pack of beer. “Uh, no really, I just use it for baking!” LOL. Still, I cook with wine, and this sounds like it would be interesting to try.

  6. Sounds like an interesting concept… we don’t keep beer in the house but if I ever have leftovers from a party I’ll definitely look up this cookbook.

  7. This is something that my husband would love!

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